One Lap of the Web: No limits Down Under, a busted F50 and cheap speed

Car news and oddities from around the Internet

The Sunbeam Tiger: Cheap? Not so much, but definitely fun and fast. Photo credit: Hagerty Insurance
-- Autobahn enthusiasts can add a new no-limits destination to their drive routes: Australia's Northern Territory, where a stretch of the Stuart Highway will eliminate speed limits during a one-year trial. Just watch out for Wallabies.

-- Who's afraid of a little ol' salvage title, especially when it comes to an ultrarare Ferrari F50 supercar? Apparently not too many folks, as bidding on this very wrecked F50 has already crested $100K. If your carbon-fiber skills are up to snuff, check it out on Motoramic.

-- Remember life without Google Maps/Streetview? Neither do we. Now you can drop in on the Honda Museum in Japan from the comfort of your own parents' basement thanks to this interactive tour.

-- We love sleepers -- cars that can surprise their drivers (and sometimes other drivers) with good performance in unexpected packages. Hagerty has put together a list of five fast rides that can be had on the (relative) cheap. While we'll argue the Sunbeam Tiger is hardly inexpensive, it's certainly got us scouring eBay.

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